If only I could trust everyone and everything as I trust the translators. Then there would be no worries, no concerns.
Everything is smooth and seamless with the translators. They deserve all the credit for the trust and regard I hold them in. However, I contributed to their success in that I don't butt in. They not only own their translations, I was able to give them the whole package free and clear.
Of course, I could not do otherwise. I couldn't second-guess how Heaven's translators translate if I wanted to. I couldn't kid myself that I could. I had to give them the trust, and look what happened! LIfe is good, and I am worry-free.
It hit me this morning that this thing called trust is key. Trust is essential.
If I could hold life itself in the trust I do the angel translators, wouldn't I then just relax in life? Do I really think that I hold up the curtains of life -- or that I should or must? If I could trust, really trust, wouldn't I hand the reins over to God and leave everything to Him? Leave it to Him and be okay with whatever developed?
Truly, I have great trust in God yet not so much in life. God is tried and true, but life? Life seems reckless.
If I had great trust in life, surely I would be more relaxed in life. If I had great trust in life, would I speed down the road of life so much?
Are relaxing and trust two words for the same thing? Is trust the whole key to relaxing?
Certainly, trust in God has to be the most relaxing thing in the world.
I am determined to find my way to trust beyond the Greatness of God. It seems easy to trust in God. What isn't so easy is trusting in how life plays itself out.
Now I am determined to trust all of life and to embrace it. Imagine, to be okay with all of life. Then no more disappointments or dissatisfaction, true?
I have a friend who often says: "Life is perfect and getting better and better." He is one relaxed hombre.
Lately Heaven Admin has been saying that life is perfect the way it is. Even what might be considered tragic is perfect. The whole fact of life is perfect. The whole creation, all of it, is magnificent, including all that we consider dire.
Maybe the conclusion is: Life is what it is.
I have heard to take life as it comes.
Now I am wondering. Maybe the whole key to living life is not trust. Maybe the whole key is non-judgment. Is non-judgment actually the key to trusting and relaxing?
I think I'm going deeper. If there were no good and no bad, what could the matter be?